By: Charlotte Mary Yonge (1823-1901)
|The Chosen People A Compendium of Sacred and Church History for School-Children
|Two Penniless Princesses
|Young Folks' History of England
|Old Times at Otterbourne
|Under the Storm
Unknown to History
During the captivity of Mary, Queen of Scots, plots, conspiracies, and intrigue engulfed the country. Catholics were apprehensive of Protestants; Scots mistrusted the English. No one felt completely safe. Into the midst of this turmoil was thrust a tiny baby girl, rescued from a storm-tossed sea, the solitary survivor of the wreck of the Bride of Dunbar. Was this unfortunate child - adopted and raised in the bosom of a loving family - connected to the displaced and unhappy Queen Mary? Would she eventually find herself at the mercy of the Elizabeth, Queen of England, or would she find happy bliss with her one true love?
By: Charlotte Niese (1854-1935)
|The Story Of The Little Mamsell
By: Charlotte Ouisconsin Clark Van Cleve (1819-1907)
|'Three Score Years and Ten' Life-Long Memories of Fort Snelling, Minnesota, and Other Parts of the West
By: Charlotte Perkins Gilman (1860-1935)
With Her in Ourland
Third in the trilogy of the feminist classics, after Moving the Mountain and Herland. It was published serially in Perkins Gilman's periodical The Forerunner. In Herland, three American young men discover a country inhabited solely by women, who were parthenogenetic , and had borne only girl children for two thousand years; they marry three of the women. Two of the men and one woman leave the country of Herland to return to America; Jeff Margrave remaining in Herland with his wife, Celis, a willing citizen; Terry O...
By: Charlotte Taylor Blow Charless
|A Biographical Sketch of the Life and Character of Joseph Charless In a Series of Letters to his Grandchildren
By: Chauncey M. (Chauncey Mitchell) Depew (1834-1928)
|My Memories of Eighty Years
By: Chester D. Berry (1844-1926)
Loss of the Sultana
April, 1865. The country was in turmoil. The U.S. Civil War had come to an end, thousands of Union prisoners of war had recently been released, and President Lincoln had just been assassinated. The steamship 'Sultana' left New Orleans on April 21st, traveled to Vicksburg, Mississippi where it took on 1,965 federal soldiers and 35 officers, all recently released prisoners of war, most of them held at the prison camps of Cahaba and Andersonville , and now finally headed for their homes. The 'Sultana' arrived in Memphis, Tennessee on April 26th and headed north toward Cairo, Illinois carrying over 2,100 passengers, but designed for a capacity of only 376...
By: Chester Milton Sanford (1872-)
|Modern Americans A Biographical School Reader for the Upper Grades
By: Christiaan Rudolf De Wet (1854-1922)
|Three Years' War
By: Christopher Marlowe (1564-1593)
Christopher Marlowe's Elizabethan tragedy focuses on the downfall of King Edward II, whose love for his favorite courtier, Piers Gaveston, leads to rebellion.
By: Church of Scotland. General Assembly
|The Acts Of The General Assemblies of the Church of Scotland
By: Clara Dillingham Pierson (1868-1952)
Among the Farmyard People
A wonderful children's book filled with engaging stories about various farmyard animals. Each book ending with a moral which gently encourages children towards better behaviour and attitudes.
By: Clara E. Laughlin (1873-1941)
|Foch the Man A Life of the Supreme Commander of the Allied Armies
By: Clara Erskine Clement Waters (1834-1916)
|A History of Art for Beginners and Students Painting, Sculpture, Architecture
By: Clara Reeve (1729-1807)
The Old English Baron
The story follows the adventures of Sir Philip Harclay, who returns to medieval England to find that the castle seat and estate of his friend Lord Lovel have been usurped. A series of revelations, horrors and betrayals climax in a scene of single combat in which good battles evil for the return of the prize.
By: Clara Swain (1834-1910)
Glimpse of India
A Glimpse of India: being a collection of extracts from the letters Dr. Clara A. Swain, first medical missionary to India of the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church in America. - Summary from the book's introduction
By: Clarence Edwords (b. 1856)
Bohemian San Francisco
While describing his dining experiences throughout “Bohemian San Francisco,” Clarence Edwords paints an historic panorama of California cuisine with all its cosmopolitan influences. Best of all, he offers tantalizing recipes culled from conversations with the master chefs of 1914 in “The City by the Bay.”
By: Clarence Hamilton Poe (1881-1964)
|Where Half The World Is Waking Up The Old and the New in Japan, China, the Philippines, and India, Reported With Especial Reference to American Conditions
By: Clarence Henry Haring (1885-1960)
|The Buccaneers in the West Indies in the XVII Century
By: Clarence W. (Clarence Walker) Barron (1855-1928)
|The Audacious War
Women in the fine arts
WOMEN IN THE FINE ARTS FROM THE SEVENTH CENTURY B. C.TO THE TWENTIETH CENTURY A. D.BY CLARA ERSKINE CLEMENT PREFATORY NOTE As a means of collecting material for this book I have sent to many artists in Great Britain and in various countries of Europe, as well as in the United States, a circular, asking where their studies were made, what honors they have received, the titles of their principal works, etc. I take this opportunity to thank those who have cordially replied to my questions, many of whom...
By: Clement A. Miles
|Christmas in Ritual and Tradition, Christian and Pagan
By: Clement King Shorter (1857-1926)
|Charlotte Brontë and Her Circle
By: Clinton W. (Clinton Wallace) Gilbert (1871-1933)
|The Mirrors of Washington
By: Clive Bell (1881-1964)
By: Clutha N. (Clutha Nantes) Mackenzie (1895-1966)
|The Tale of a Trooper
By: Cole Younger (1844-1916)
Story of Cole Younger, by Himself
Autobiography of Cole Younger, American Civil War veteran and member of the Jesse James gang. Cole Younger was a member of Quantrill's Raiders during the Civil War and along with his brother, Jim Younger and the James brothers, robbed banks and trains during the 1870's.